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Built in 1913, the theatre opened as the Union-Palast Lichtspiele and with 850 seats was one of the first large movie houses in Berlin. It was designed by architect E. Simon of architectural firm Nentwich & Simon.
Alterations were carried out in 1953 to the plans of architect Bruno Meltendorf. In 1978 it was converted into a typical 1970’s multiplex with several small substandard screening rooms added in adjacent properties. Only the original screen and a screen in the former cafe retained some original decoration.
The cinema closed on 20th April 2000 and a few years later was demolished, apart from the facade. Retail shops were built on the site, which is 2015 is an Apple store.
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